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Managing multiple accounts

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by mailnet, Mar 3, 2015.

  1. mailnet

    mailnet Newbie

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    Hello,
    Facebook doesn't allow me to create account anymore. I had like 4 accounts but now when i create new one, it either asks for Phone verification or photo verifications. After verify with phone number, it blocks the account for 30 days. I think it has to do with multiple accounts created from one IP. I tried using VPN or cleaning my browser cache,cookies,histories, but Facebook still manages to identify my computer. Is there any other way? thank you
     
  2. eXampL

    eXampL Power Member

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    Have you tried using private proxies?
     
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  3. beerhead

    beerhead Registered Member

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    A question: do you use the same phone number or each time it's a different one?
    And yes, as eXampL has told, you can try using private proxies
     
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  4. mailnet

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    No i didn't try.
     
  5. mailnet

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    Even if i wanted Facebook doesn't allow phone number to be used for multiple accounts. I used different mobiles
     
  6. Red Giant

    Red Giant Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Use proxies and portable versions of browsers.
    So every account will has own IP and own browser.
     
  7. iAuthority

    iAuthority Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    you can use "tor" it is powerful proxy which helps you to make multiple accounts in a facebook
    you can visit the tor proxy it really helpful to you :)
     
  8. Paper-Boy

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    Try using a different browser.

    Or you can take it a step further and register accounts on a VM using a different IP address.
     
  9. govindaraj

    govindaraj Power Member

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    u must use single ip for vps is better mate
     
  10. babbler

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    I tried the paid VPN route, using IP Vanish, but it seemed that FB could detect I was using a proxy IP, and the account was locked on creation (even in incognito mode.) Google also seemed to be suspicious of the method, as they required phone verification before they allowed the creation of a new gmail account.

    Are there any proxy / VPN (or VM) services that folks have had more luck with?
     
  11. babbler

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    VPNs use the same IP for many of their users, and FB can detect this. Private (AKA Elite) proxies allow you to have a unique IP from a desired location. Firefox profiles make it easy to keep your different accounts separate. You can open multiple profiles simultaneously by using separate instance of FF by using the following terminal command in OSX:

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    /Applications/Firefox.app/Contents/MacOS/firefox-bin -profilemanager -no-remote
     
  12. arunsmilez

    arunsmilez Regular Member

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    Hey mate,

    try with private Proxies u can create more accounts....?